Good job for students but not a great career option
This is a good job for students with a decent starting wage and flexible hours. Part timers are only required to work 16 hours per week, one day of which must be either Saturday or Sunday.
Full timers get more money but generally have much less flexibility in scheduling.
The work is very physical (building pallets of product using a headset) - more... and gets quite boring after you've been there a while. It is also quite lonely as all orders are timed through the headset and therefore unless you are extremely fast at the job, you don't have a lot of free time to spare while still hitting perfor ... - less
ProsLots of overtime if you want it, stable source of income
Consextremely physical work, tough to achieve performance targets, lonely work, extremely repetitive work